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August 28th, 2016
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I Do: To File or Not to File Jointly

I Do: To File or Not to File Jointly

I hope you survived the back to school traffic this week; it’s been crazy! Last week we spoke about how to talk to your kids about money. Now, it’s time to get back to basics when it comes to your money. Let’s talk taxes. If you’re married or about to get married, especially if you’re … Continue reading “I Do: To File or Not to File Jointly”

Brigade Bookkeeping
November 17th, 2013
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To Join or Not to Join? Merging Your Money

To Join or Not to Join? Merging Your Money

The saying is “til death do us part”, but these days it doesn’t always include combined household accounts. When my parents got married, they were expected to join bank accounts, share credit cards and have the title of their home under both their names. But nowadays, as people get married older or for a second … Continue reading “To Join or Not to Join? Merging Your Money”

Brigade Bookkeeping
July 21st, 2013
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What Employers Need To Know About The Supreme Court’s Doma Decision

What Employers Need To Know About The Supreme Court’s Doma Decision

Did you know the decisions made by the highest court of the land, The Supreme Court, not only change the law, but have an effect on taxes? Just last month, The Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act, DOMA. The case, U.S. vs. Windsor, was basically a tax case about nearly $400,000 in … Continue reading “What Employers Need To Know About The Supreme Court’s Doma Decision”